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Chinese Rover & Lander Beam Back Portraits with China’s Flag Shining on Moon’s Surface
Topic: Missions
Summary: The Chang'e-3 lunar lander has successfully sent back images from the Moon's surface.

Nearby Failed Stars May Harbor Planet
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: When studying the nearest pair of brown dwarfs to the Sun, astronomers discovered that a planet-sized object might be keeping them company.

Instrument That Studies Binary Stars May Soon Image Exoplanets
Topic: Missions
Summary: By observing individual stars in a binary system, astronomers working with a prototype instrument mounted on a ground-based telescope have shown that it could one day be used to identify planets.

Organics Preserved in Ancient Meteorite-Formed Glass
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
Summary: Scientists have found organics from Earth's swamp trapped inside glass that had been created by a meteor impact almost a million years ago.

Cassini Provides New Views of Saturn's Moon Titan
Topic: Titan
Summary: NASA's Cassini spacecraft recently flew near Saturn's moon Titan and captured new images of lakes and seas in the moon's northern hemisphere.

Evidence of Salt Water on Mars?
Topic: Mars
Summary: NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has spotted dark markings on the surface of Mars that could be caused by salty water.

A Privately-Funded Mission to Mars
Topic: Mars
Summary: Plans for the first privately funded mission to Mars have been announced. The mission is a lander based on NASA's Phoenix mission and will launch in 2018.

Astronomers Solve Temperature Mystery of Planetary Atmospheres
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: A new study on planetary atmospheres could help in the search for habitable worlds in the Universe.

Clay-Like Minerals Found on Icy Crust of Europa
Topic: Europa
Summary: A new analysis of data from the Galileo mission has identified clay-type minerals at the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa.

Hard Rock Life
Topic: Extreme Life
Summary: Microbial communities in the deep subsurface of our planet are showing surprising similarity - even when they're located on opposite sides of the planet.

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